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# malpractice

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Fresh calls for Garda Commissioner to step down after latest revelations about false breath tests
Questions are being raised after 500,000 more false garda breath tests have been found.
Sinn Féin TD makes protected disclosure over alleged garda malpractice
Martin Kenny has previously made statements around alleged malpractice in his constituency.
'More needs to be done': Baltimore police face a civil rights probe
‘There has been a serious erosion of public trust’.
Forum needed to deal with "overwhelming" amount of Garda malpractice complaints
The Justice4All group met today in Navan to call for the setting up of the forum.
More serving gardaí have made 'serious allegations of malpractice and corruption'
Whisteblower John Wilson has also called for GSOC to be completely reformed.
Central Bank sets up hotline for bank whistleblowers
Officials have promised concerned bankers more firepower and protection when reporting improper practice.
My office is dealing with more claims of garda malpractice --- Gerry Adams
Adams said his staff are dealing with complaints from people “who say that they have made allegations over some time, that they have the proof that they did this, and that it wasn’t dealt with properly”.
‘Alan Shatter is somebody who does a very good job’: Cabinet support for embattled minister
Meanwhile, Pat Rabbitte has said that the Shatter “may have been mistaken” when he told the Dáil last year that garda whistleblower Maurice McCabe had not cooperated.
Not appropriate for Shatter to direct garda dossier review --- Sinn Féin
There are calls for an independent inquiry to be established to examine the allegations of garda malpractice. The Taoiseach has described the claims as “very grave”.
How do Ireland's doctor competence checks fare against Britain's strict new rules?
New UK rules mean doctors are assessed every five years and have their licences renewed. So how does it work in Ireland?